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Edward Snowden
What is ? A Google app that records every message you ever send and makes it available to police upon request.
When Allo was announced at Google’s I/O conference earlier this year, the messaging app was presented as a step forward for privacy. Alongside the end-to-end-encrypted Incognito Mode, the Allo team...
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Kylie 21 Sep 16
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what do you think of signal?
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Game2Late 21 Sep 16
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Leo Herzog 😷 21 Sep 16
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Unless you use the mode where it doesn't. You know, opt-in.
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πŸŽƒ N U R O β„’ 21 Sep 16
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WAS looking forward to Allo, especially with the P2P encryption. But then I saw this -_-
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Casey L Payne 21 Sep 16
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I love reading your post. We need more people who are lighthouses among the seas.
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reOvAstOd7 21 Sep 16
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What about its encryption/incognito feature?
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BobbyRettew 21 Sep 16
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Just another messaging app to compete will all the other messaging apps, with little security.
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Masoom Agrawal 21 Sep 16
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Is that true?
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LouLou P 21 Sep 16
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"Do the right thing". Indeed. πŸ˜’
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